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This is the end of the Black Heritage Trail. The House is run as a joint venture with the Museum for Afro-American History and the National Park Service. Unfortunately, we got to the House close to the end time, but still enough time to look...More
We really enjoyed our visit here. We first enjoyed the photography exhibition of Douglas . Then Michael took us on a really enjoyable trip round this lovely meeting house. He was a great guide, friendly and helpful as well as informative.
It is well worth...More
The African Meeting House is a beautifully preserved part of Boston's Museum of African-American History and a nice, quick stop along the Black Heritage Trail. The actual meeting house…aka church was the first Black church in America. The museum exhibits change from month to month....More
such an interesting place, beautifully preserved and presented to us wonderfully by our guide Michael. He was very informative and also interested to hear other people's views and information, so it felt like a discussion rather than a pre-prepared lecture.You an sense all the historic...More
The African Meeting House is part of Boston's Museum of African-American History and a wonderful stop along the Black Heritage Trail. The museum exhibits change from time to time, but the hourly tour to the adjacent Meeting House is simply wonderful. Our National Park Service...More
This trip was one of my favorite! Boston is steeped in history and I was in awe at this place. The tour guide was amazing and to be in such a place were our founding fathers and activists were was amazing!
Crystal was our park ranger/tour guide, and she walked us from the school, over to the Meeting House and talked to us about the history of the building architecturally and cultrually. I think she did a really great job, and she was very kind to...More
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Visit this historic and ritzy Boston neighborhood to soak up its classic New England charm as you stroll down cobblestoned, gas-lamp lined streets. Bring your walking shoes, camera, and select a nice day to wander through the hilly neighborhood and check out its exclusive addresses. Louisburg Square, Mt. Vernon street, Chestnut street and the extremely narrow and widely photographed Acorn street make a nice walking
path. Make sure to meander down Charles street to poke into boutiques and antique shops, cafes, and restaurants on this quaint shopping street. Don’t forget to catch a glimpse up close of the State House with its beautiful and iconic dome.